Administrative Law

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ANU Law scholars seek US perspectives to ‘backlash’ against global norms

New book co-authored by ANU administrative law expert examines government liability

Twenty-fifth Geoffrey Sawer Lecture: The curse of the sausage: laws, expectation and complexity in modern elections

Tom Rogers, Australian Electoral Commissioner, delivers the 25th Annual Geoffrey Sawer Lecture: The curse of the sausage: laws, expectation and complexity in modern elections.

Making sense of sanctions: ANU Law scholar researches impact of Global Magnitsky Act

ANU alumnae trio honoured in 2023 Lawyers Weekly Awards

Legal Education and Practice: A matter of knowledge or experience?

Two trends have been taking place in Western and Western-oriented jurisdictions over the past few decades. On the one hand, law has beeen significantly expanding and intensifying its regulatory reach. On the other, law schools and the legal professions have been undergoing an acute crisis. At first glance, these two trends may seem incompatible. For one may be puzzled by the fact that while law, as a governing institution, is thriving, the very places where future legal professionals are formed and those places where it is practised are suffering. 

Meet the ANU alumni duo on a mission to pay it forward with their Singapore venture

Introduction to financial crime law with Dr Anton Moiseienko

Interested in financial crime law? Curious about the impact of terrorist financing on the proceeds of cybercrime on economies, businesses, and individuals worldwide? Join Dr Anton Moiseienko, a lecturer and transnational crime expert at the ANU College of Law, for this online masterclass that will capture your attention and expand your knowledge on this subject.


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